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Dec 2, 2012 4:30am PST
/a.i.d.s., but it also brings up a tough issue. more than half the united states' states have laws that make it a crime for people with hiv to not disclose it when they have sex. now, some say that's only fair. others say making this a crime, that just scares people and keeps them from getting tested or seeking care. four years ago, nick rhodes, and hiv positive 24-year-old living in iowa, met a younger man. they hit it off and had sex. >> my viral load was undetectable. i wore a condom. i did everything i could to protect him and myself. >> what rhodes didn't do what tell his friend about having hiv. when the friend found out later, he sought treatment at a local hospital, and a hospital employee called the police. rhodes was arrested, charged with criminal transmission of hiv, and after pleading guilty on the advice of his lawyer, he was sentenced to 25 years in prison. >> i served over a year locked up, some of it in maximum security and some of it in solitary confinement. i still have to register as a sex offendser f offender for th life. >> rhodes' new lawyer is asking the iowa supreme court to ov
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